Shupack is a good man and he sells quality products, totally agree.
Ainiguez, your unfortunate recent experience is a reminder why we P38A drivers should carry a mini laptop and a OBD2 cable in the glove-box on any trip that is further than "dial-a-friend" away.
Not just for the EAS, a FaultMate or Rovacom is a handy addition to the toolbox. The mini-laptop should contain a copy of Rave, FaultMate diagnostics (or similar) and Storey Wilson's excellent EASunlock software.
Before I learnt this lesson, I got stuck 300Km from home with a similar EAS problem. Thanks to the hot-wire EAS method described on this site and P38Arover (Ron B) I was able to get home without my wife and daughter vomiting whenever the road got bumpy.
Don't leave home without it